Football Australia set to present National Second Division models to potential clubs

A significant step towards the introduction of a men's national second division (NSD) has been reached, with Football Australia set to present "detailed financial work" to potential participating clubs following a June board meeting. Full story in ESPN: https://www.espn.com/soccer/australian-a-league-men/story/4679965/football-australia-set-to-present-national-second-division-models-to-potential-clubs

Western United’s A-League Men title win shocked everyone except coach John Aloisi and his players

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Western United are the champions of the A-League Men for 2021-22 after beating Melbourne City in the Grand Final. How superbly fitting for a season defined by chaos, unpredictability, and best-laid plans being torn asunder. Full story published in ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league-men/story/4676131/western-uniteds-a-league-men-title-win-shocked-everyone-except-coach-john-aloisi-and-his-players

“It definitely helps” – Aloisi already keen to build on Western championship success

Western United made history on Saturday evening and, if coach John Aloisi has his way, it’s just the beginning. An early own goal from City defender Nuno Reis and a strike on the half an hour mark from Aleksander Prijovic lifted United to a stunning 2-0 upset of Melbourne City on Saturday night at AAMI … Continue reading “It definitely helps” – Aloisi already keen to build on Western championship success

The A-Leagues’ latest overseas export is preparing for a golden grand final farewell

Connor Metcalfe will take to the field for Melbourne City to face Western United in the A-League Men grand final on Saturday night in what will be his last appearance for the club. Win or lose, his next game in professional football will be as Australia's latest overseas export in Germany with the world famous … Continue reading The A-Leagues’ latest overseas export is preparing for a golden grand final farewell

Western United’s ‘short-term sugar hit’ needed to trigger its long-term success

John Aloisi never thought he'd land another job in Australia again and was giving serious consideration to heading overseas before Western United came calling. Since his arrival, their on-field growth has been rapid with a first ever grand final on the horizon. But now the club's off-field progress must catch up, writes JOEY LYNCH. Full … Continue reading Western United’s ‘short-term sugar hit’ needed to trigger its long-term success